Topics: The Big Bang Theory, Comedy, Sheldon Cooper Pages: 3 (839 words) Published: March 1, 2013
The Big Bang Theory
Season three
"The Adhesive Duck Deficiency'
Created by Chuck Lorre & Bill Prady
Funny Man: Sheldon Cooper
Sheldon Cooper, portrayed by Jim Parsons, is a theoretical physicist. He is from East Texas and is abrnormally smart because as a child he went from the fifth grade to college at age 11. He has an IQ of 187 and his personality consists of sarcasm, irony and humour and hates to admit defeat. Sheldon always thinks he is right and he is very stubborn. His best friend is Leonard Hofstadte. Straight Man: Penny (no last name)

Penny, portrayed by Kaley Cuoco, is the attractive neighbour who lives across the hall from Sheldon and Leonard. She moved from Nebraska to Southern California in hopes to become an actress but ends up working at The Cheesecake Factory. She is the love interest of Leonard and is friends with Sheldon. Plot of episode:

Sheldon is at home when he hears desperate cries for help across the hall from penny and he goes to see if she is okay. Later to find out that penny has dislocated her shoulder by slipping in her pathtub. Later Sheldon has to drive penny to the emergency room despite him being uncomfortable with driving and his obsessive complosive disorder. Later they get to the emergency room and Sheldon is filling out a form for Penny ticking all the incorrect answers to annoy Penny. They then go back to Penny's apartment and sing a round of ''Soft Kitty'', the episode ends. Why I find it funny:

When Sheldon is introduced into this episode he is recording himself speaking about what he is doing and then hes laughing at himself because he must think hes hilarious, It was funny because not many people do that. (1:18) at (2:20) Sheldon is ordering food but he is very precise and fussy about everything he orders and then he goes on lecturing the person about the eighteenth century which i found hilarious because he thinks people are actually interested. He hears Penny screaming...
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